It’s Time To Elevate and Amplify The Voices of Black Women
Bragging Rights We have Dr. Rebekkah McCloud, a trailblazer in empowering black women and amplifying their voices.
Dr. Rebekkah McCloud is at the forefront of this movement, empowering black women to embrace their strength, resilience, and unique perspectives.
Black women have long been the backbone of our communities, yet their voices have often been silenced or overlooked. It’s time to change that narrative. Dr. Rebekkah McCloud is a champion for black women’s rights and is working tirelessly to ensure that their stories are heard and their accomplishments celebrated.
As a church girl, you have a unique platform to make a difference. Use your voice and influence to uplift and support black women in your community. Encourage them to share their experiences, talents, and ideas. Together, we can create a society where black women’s voices are not only heard but also celebrated.
Remember, change starts from within. Educate yourself on the struggles and triumphs of black women throughout history. Attend workshops, engage in discussions, and read literature that sheds light on their experiences. By doing so, you can become an ally and advocate for the elevation of black women’s voices.
Let’s celebrate the achievements of black women and give them the recognition they deserve. Together, we can create a more inclusive and equitable society.
The role education plays in building a Bigger Table through Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Guest – Dr. Rebekah McCloud
Despite all the hostile rhetoric, there is more that unites us than divides us. We all want the same things.
The ability to provide for our family. Live in a safe community. Provide a better life for our children & grandchildren. In short, we all want to be seen, heard and belong.
Dr. Rebekah McCloud is the Executive Director of TRIO Programs at the University of Central Florida. Dr. McCloud has done it all over her 40-year education career.
She is a former elementary school principal, middle school math teacher and high school English teacher, she has authored more than 50 publications including: several book chapters, two books, and co-authored two books. She has made more than 150 presentations, designed workshops, and facilitated training sessions.
Dr. McCloud is also an award-winning journalist and the former editor of the award-winning Florida English Journal. Currently, she reviews publications for the National Council of Teachers of English and reviews manuscripts for two national journals: the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literature and the Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction and reviews manuscripts for the national Tweener Time Chapter Book Competition. Additionally, she reviews grants for the US Department of Education
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I wanted to bring your attention to an important cause that we can support together. Black Women’s Voices is an organization dedicated to amplifying the voices and experiences of Black women. They work tirelessly to create spaces for Black women to share their stories and advocate for change. I propose that we make a donation to support their crucial work and help uplift these voices that often go unheard. Let’s come together and make a difference by contributing to Black Women’s Voices. Thank you!